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Games / Star Trek Fans
Star Trek OS/2
The OS specification would not allow me to post this as an OS/2 program, so I put it under DOS. Super Star Trek is quite possibly the best of the "Star Trek" games from the 1970's. Of course, it does not make use of graphics, or even assume a video display, but it still an interesting game to play, particularly for those of us who don't have the reflexes we used to and prefer a more cerebral computer game. Of course, Star Trek and it's characters are trademarks of Paramount Studios, Inc. And just like the original game, written by Star Trek fans who were also the, back then, rare breed of computer geek, isn't used with permission but with admiration of the show. The DOS version requires a 80386 or better. Since source code is available, Super Star Trek can be compiled for virtually any system having a C compiler and sufficient memory for execution (which isn't much by today's standards!) I would suggest using the linux.c file as a starting point for customizing to any given operating system, including Microsoft Windows. The Windows Console has been recompiled using Visual Studio and now works better. All versions have an executable program as well as a documentation file, SST.DOC. The SST.DOC file must be in the same directory/folder as the program is run from in order to view the documentation from within the game with the HELP command.
Office / StarDivision
StarOffice is a package of standard office applications including word processor, spreadsheet calculator and presentation software. StarOffice was later bought by Sun and open-sourced under name "OpenOffice.org". There was also a commercial version that kept the name StarOffice and was based on OpenOffice.org code base. This is a version 3.1 for OS/2.
Office / Sun microsystems
StarOffice for OS/2 5.1a 5.1a
Great word processor for OS/2. Works with native Java for OS/2 versions 1.1.6 and 1.1.8 and accepts some plugins of Netscape 4.61. Needs OS/2 Warp 3.0 and above.
Office / StarDivision
StarWriter 2.0 for OS2
StarWriter is the predecessor to StarOffice. It was released by the German company StarDivision.
Utility / SYTRON Corp
Sytos Plus File Backup Manager 1.33 for OS/2
Sytos Plus File Backup Manager is a backup utility for OS/2. This was bundled with some copies of MS-LAN Manager
Communication / IBM
TCP/IP 1.2.1 for OS/2
A 16bit TCP/IP stack for OS/2 1.3 and 2.0. Proper floppy images, not just file copies.
OS / IBM
TCP/IP for OS/2 2.0
These are raw disk images of the TCP/IP addon for OS/2 2.0.. It's enough to telnet in/out of an OS/2 box. These are raw disk images.
System / IBM
Visual Age for Basic (Client & Server) - OS/2 version 1.2
VisualAge(TM) for Basic delivers a powerful suite of application development tools built around an advanced implementation of the BASIC programming language. VisualAge for Basic is for the developer creating GUI clients and for the DB2(R) application programmer who wants to use BASIC to create GUI clients, DB2 stored procedures, and DB2 user-defined functions.
System / IBM
Visual Age for Cobol standard edition - OS/2 version 1.2
VisualAge for COBOL for OS/2 is a powerful COBOL development tool with new function and key usability enhancements for OS/2 environment. It is designed to increase developer productivity, particularly when creating and maintaining host applications from your workstation.
System / Microsoft
Windows Libraries for OS/2 (WLO) 1.0
Adds Windows 16bit API to IBM and Microsoft OS/2 1.x with Presentation Manager (16 bit Versions – not tested on 2.x but should work). Windows Programs have to be relinked against WLO to produce OS/2 PM applications. Basic Windows accessories like Solitaire, Cardfile, Notepad and Terminal are included in the WLO package. Must be installed from OS/2 command prompt. Read README.TXT before installing! Doesn't work nor make any sense on other operating systems than OS/2!